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S.F. complex would offer stable homes to nonprofits
Feb 2, 2017 - The San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco social service nonprofits, always vulnerable to displacement during real estate booms, would get permanent homes if a proposed $120 million development in the Mission District comes to be.

Common Ground Urban Development, led by real estate investor Chris Foley, has filed an application to build a 200,000-square-foot complex for nonprofits at 1850 Bryant St. The developer plans on dividing the new, five-story building into about 10 commercial condominiums and selling them to

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